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What is considered the easiest amphibian to care for?

Jacob

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I am looking into some options for myself. I have wanted to get something for a while not but I had to wait until I moved since my landlord had a strict no animal policy, no exceptions. Now that I am in a new place, I am able to keep small pets like frogs, birds, fish, and so on. I want to see what my options are for amphibians because I typically prefer them over reptiles. What is a good one for a beginner that is easy to care for?
 

Jacob

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Easy doesn't really come to mind with amphibians but for a beginner, I would recommend White's Dumpy Tree Frogs. They are very hardy and typically low maintenance. They are also rather cute for frogs:
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Here is a care sheet guide you can look over: https://www.thesprucepets.com/whites-tree-frog-1236816
Ah, I forgot about these frogs! I have seen them before in some videos and was interested a few years ago. I will have to see how much they cost and what the care entails. Thanks!
 

Kent1970

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Ah, I forgot about these frogs! I have seen them before in some videos and was interested a few years ago. I will have to see how much they cost and what the care entails. Thanks!
They are fairly easy to care for believe it or not and a lot of people have successfully bonded with them enough to where they will allow you to hold them. They make wonderful pets.
 

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What can I give my tree frogs and fire bellies for little tiny white worms?
 
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